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Incorporate a new dimension into your training with the completely self-powered, manual WOODWAY Curve Treadmill.     

Green Technology to make you fitter

Fort Regent has expanded its range of gym equipment to include the latest in innovation and design with their new Curve running machine.

The machine, which promises you will burn up an extra 30% extra calories, is powered completely by the runner - no plugs - no electricity. 

The Active gym was so impressed with the results being gained by professional athletes across the world they invested in two Curve's to bring the benefits to Jersey. 

Colin Stanier, Marketing Manager for Active explained 

"There are many benefits to the Curve running machine aside from the additional calorie burn!  One of the outstanding features is that is almost impossible to run badly on the machine.  The physical curve of the machine forces the runner to place their foot in a more natural position making the glutes, hamstrings and calves fully extend in the same way you would if you were running outside.  This makes the machine excellent for those who are looking to improve their stride and technique and those who are new to running." 

The Curve certainly looks unusual. We asked Laura Jacques, the Active Gym Manager, how customers are reacting to the new equipment. 

"We've had excellent feedback" she stated "because the individual using the Curve is the motor its excellent for interval training and for those who are just starting out in running; going from a walk, to a jog to a run and back again is much simpler on the Curve, you don't have to worry about slowing down the belt like you do on a traditional running machine and so the process feels much more natural." 

The Woodway Curve is a treadmill unlike any other. The Curve "breaks all the rules" because there is no motor and no buttons. It is manually powered by you, the user.

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